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About Zaragoza

Also known by the name of "Saragossa", Zaragoza is the capital of the province of the same name sitting in Aragon, Spain. Located on the Ebro River in the Ebro Basin, it is a small and walkable town decked out in bustling bars and plenty of restaurants. You can gawk at a gorgeous basilica, meander narrow streets with wall-to-wall tapas bars and see brilliant street art that will make you smile. The town of "candy", as this is where you will find the hard sweets that Zaragoza is famous for, sell boxed up with pictures of saints on the lids. They come in all shapes, sizes and flavors but were originally concocted out of aniseed. When you have had your sugar rush you can find the nearest coworking venue and do some work in a candy haze of euphoria.

The historic heart of the town is virtually traffic free including the long Plaza del Pilar that sits beside the famous basilica. It is internationally known for its local gastronomy, folklore and its' UNESCO World Heritage Site, which includes several buildings forming the Mudejar Architecture of Aragon. The metropolitan area has a population of around the 783,763 mark. It is the site of one of the most celebrated festivals in the whole of Spain, the "Fiestas del Pilar", that is a weeklong event in October of revelry and laughter.

Coworking in Zaragoza gives you the chance to have one foot in its ancient past and the other firmly planted in its future. The local tech savvy folk aren't running abroad to create startups anymore, preferring to hang out on their own local patch. Zaragoza will not only give you an awesome tech community to hang out with, but you will be able to grab some of the best produce in the whole of Spain at the local central market.